Cavaliers Fans: Turn to Promotional Spirit Accessories or Twitter to Raise Your Spirits

Welcome to this week’s edition of “Trending Topic Tuesday,” where we share our take on what’s going on in the world and what promotional products would appropriately (or inappropriately) market the subject matter.

With all the buzz about Sunday night’s Super Bowl, let’s not overlook the latest professional basketball news. The Cleveland Cavaliers are on the verge of setting a new record… and it isn’t one that they should necessarily brag about. Last night marked the team’s 25th straight loss, breaking the record for most consecutive losses by an NBA team. The losing streak also puts them one loss away from tying the current all-time low for any major sports franchise in history; the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hold that title, with 26 straight losses in their inaugural 1976-77 season.

So, what’s a loyal Cavs fan to do? Well, one option is to reminisce along with other Cavs fans on Twitter using the hashtag “#lasttimethecavswon.” Another option? Stock up on promotional spirit accessories in hopes of a brighter season for the Cavaliers next year.

Keep reading for a few examples of what people are saying on Twitter about the last time the Cavs won a game…

“#lasttimethecavswon the wheel was being invented.”

“#lasttimethecavswon Adam Sandler made a good movie.”

“#lasttimethecavswon my cell phone looked like zack morris’.”

“#lasttimethecavswon I think Lincoln was in office.”

Dana
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